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An intergeneric cross between a heuchera and a tiarella, this clump-forming perennial is compact with a basal mound of large, lobed, glossy burnished bronze leaves. Tiny, star-shaped, pinkish flowers are borne in open, airy panicles and appear in late spring to midsummer. They line slender, wiry, dark stems rising well above the foliage mound (typically to 18" tall). Sporadic repeat blooms occur until frost, particularly in autumn. Plant in part sun for best color but keep an eye on the water if you do. Evergreen, 1' x 1'.
Minimum temperature: -30° F